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  1. article YNPN Boston   90
    Provides professional development training, resources and networking opportunities for young nonprofit professional to learn, grow and connect.
  2. article Bird Street   90
    Ensuring that high-risk, inner-city children and teenagers have the experiences, skills, and support to make healthy choices and succeed in all the “next steps” of their lives: middle school, high school, college, vocational school, and employment.
  3. To develop and promote urban farming as a Commercial sector that creates green collar jobs for residents; and to engage urban communities in building a healthier and more locally based food system.
  4. Research on the process of intercultural transition, publications to assist newcomers to the US, designs and delivers specialized cross-cultural training workshops, consults to professionals in the field.
  5. article Root Cause   90
    Provides services in strategic business planning, financial sustainability, performance measurement, and assessments to clients in the social sector.
  6. Helps people have the conversation they want to have about some of the most difficult topics through expert facilitation.
  7. A social justice think tank devoted to supporting movements that are building a more just and inclusive democratic society. Exposes movements, institutions, and ideologies that undermine human rights.
  8. Creative technology programming designed to equip youth with the tools necessary to reach their full potential, while creating a safe space for youth to explore who they are and who they want to be.
  9. To inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations by creating fun and engaging experiences that integrate wildlife and conservation programs, research, and education.
  10. article YW Boston   80
    Engaging people and organizations at all levels to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all
  11. Provides high-quality arts education programming to the students of the Commonwealth.
  12. article Home   80
    To make high school completion, post-secondary study, and sustainable career paths more accessible to underserved communities in Greater Boston, by providing flexible, customized instruction and career readiness development at no cost in convenient community locations.
  13. article WorldBoston   80
    To foster engagement in international affairs and cooperation with peoples of all nations through citizen diplomacy, global education programs, and locally-based youth and community programming.
  14. Day community open six days a week serving healthy breakfasts and lunches, and providing basic necessities and services that help restore dignity and hope to assist women in crisis, struggling with domestic violence, addiction, mental illness, or the stress of being homeless.
  15. To build a strong community of women lawyers who make a difference in the profession and in society at large.
  16. Youth development agency in the Allston-Brighton community providing high-impact programs that ensure that our young people are succeeding academically, exploring and mastering the arts, developing career readiness skills and adopting healthy lifestyles.
  17. article The Welcome Project   80
    Builds the collective power of Somerville immigrants to participate in and shape community decisions.
  18. Works to build and sustain a vibrant, close-knit community in Watertown, Massachusetts through fundraising and grants.
  19. article Walden Chamber Players   80
    A versatile chamber music ensemble of outstanding musicians dedicated to artistic excellence in performance and education.
  20. To increase access to justice by delivering high quality pro bono civil legal services to eligible clients in the Greater Boston area.
  21. article www.thevac.org   80
    Provides supports and services needed to assist people living with mental health issues, physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, learning disabilities or other barriers to employment to achieve career goals and improve their quality of life.
  22. article Urban Edge   80
    Strengthening communities and families through home purchase and financial counseling, maintenance referrals, loan assistance, youth summer jobs, family support and other programs.
  23. To build a strong community by improving the education, health, safety and economic security of low-income individuals and families in Boston’s historic South End/Lower Roxbury and to serve as a national model of successful neighborhood engagement.
  24. Advancing the independence, full citizenship and productivity of people with disabilities.
  25. article Tutoring Plus   80
    To support and encourage the academic, personal, and social growth of children and youth in Cambridge, Massachusetts with the help of volunteers and community partners.
  26. Dedicated to serving the Haitian immigrant community of the State of Massachusetts.
  27. article Triangle Inc.   80
    Empowers people with disabilities and their families to enjoy rich, fulfilling lives.
  28. article Transition House   80
    Domestic violence agency providing emergency shelter, transitional and supported housing and youth prevention education to the Cambridge community.
  29. article Timothy Smith Network   80
    Provides grants to charitable organizations in Roxbury for the creation of an integrated consortium of technology centers for job training, educational enrichment and open access.
  30. Help those with challenging life issue needs in the Boston and North Shore areas by informing and connecting them with those who provide important services for children, the elderly, low income, the homeless, and those who have lost a loved one.
  31. To operate and maintain a neighborhood museum dedicated to the collection, preservation and interpretation of the history and culture of the West End of Boston.
  32. To present the diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender lives in art so bold it breaks through personal isolation, challenges the status quo, and builds thriving communities.
  33. article The Samfund   80
    Provides relief and support to young adult cancer survivors who are struggling financially.
  34. A youth entrepreneurship center that teaches high school students to start and run their own businesses.
  35. article Shelter Music Boston   80
    Presents monthly chamber music concerts in Greater Boston homeless shelters, delivering live classical music as a social service.
  36. To strengthen literacy skills of students and invite educators and participating schools to explore the idea of courage in literature, in their own lives, and within the broader community.
  37. Provides tools, products, training, and expertise to assist community-based organizations, partners, public officials, and the general public to increase asset-building and retention.
  38. article The Lenny Zakim Fund   80
    Makes small and meaningful grants to support some of the most amazing and effective grassroots programs in the state.
  39. Provides free English classes to immigrant and refugee adults in Eastern Massachusetts, educates the public on the ways that immigrants are assets to America, and supports research that demonstrates the economic and social benefits of immigration.
  40. article The Hyams Foundation   80
    To increase economic, racial and social justice and power within low-income communities in Boston and Chelsea, MA.
  41. Goal to distribute enough food to provide at least one meal a day to those in need.
  42. A bi-monthly magazine of history, culture and politics.
  43. article The DREAM Program   80
    Builds communities of families and college students that empower youth from affordable housing neighborhoods to recognize their options, make informed decisions, and achieve their dreams.
  44. Provides high-quality adult day health services to Everett, Medford & Lowell Areas.
  45. article The Children's Room   80
    Creates safe, supportive communities so that no child, teen or family has to grieve alone.
  46. Hires 14-21 year olds, and trains them as community organizers, providing them with the support, resources, and ongoing training they need to organize initiatives addressing community issues.
  47. Promotes Arabic Culture and the Arab-American experience through education and the arts.
  48. article The Caleb Group   80
    Acquires, develops, preserves and manages housing communities striving to create positive, supportive, encouraging communities through Service Coordinators and Community Opportunity Centers.
  49. article The Boston Foundation   80
    Devotes its resources to building and sustaining a vital, prosperous city and region, where justice and opportunity are extended to everyone.
  50. article The Art Connection   80
    Connects artists and donors to community service organizations through the placement of original artwork
  51. Assesses the needs of people and the places that they live in order to identify and address the complex problems that create barriers to the well-being of low-income residents in areas of concentrated poverty.
  52. Seeks to improve the lives of children with autism and their families by providing innovative technology solutions.
  53. article Team IMPACT   80
    Matches children facing life-threatening and chronic illnesses with local college athletic teams making them part of the team.
  54. article Teach Plus   80
    To engage and support teacher leaders in transforming the system.
  55. article Symphony Nova   80
    Creates opportunities for talented music school graduates to present classical music concerts, develop professionally, and serve the Boston community.
  56. Help chronically unemployed men and women realize their potential to find and keep jobs that promise sustainable livelihoods and personal growth.
  57. article Steps to Success   80
    Enhance educational outcomes for students from low-income families in order to defeat the cycle of poverty
  58. article STAND For Children   80
    Policy, advocacy, community engagement for educational equality.
  59. article St. Francis House   80
    A safe, caring, respectful and dignified refuge in downtown Boston that offers basic services – food, shelter, clothing, medical care, mental health and substance abuse counseling to all.
  60. Comprehensive health care for all residents of the South End and the surrounding communities.
  61. Offers older people, younger people with disabilities, and caregivers the information, services and support needed to make choices which enhance health, well being and independence.
  62. article The Somerville Home   80
    Provides residential services to the elderly and disabled individuals of the community.
  63. article SVP Boston   80
    A diverse community of leaders investing time and money in nonprofits working to ensure every child and young adult succeeds in school and beyond.
  64. article Be Bold, Be Bald   80
    Invites any and all to put their hair on the line for a day to raise money and awareness for the fight against cancer.
  65. Empowers youth in foster care to flourish through committed mentoring relationships and the development of essential life skills.
  66. Preserving, maintaining and enhancing the House, its furnishings and property.
  67. Provides short-term rehabilitation, traditional long-term care, and a Special Care Program for individuals with Alzheimer's and dementia.
  68. Provides self-esteem programs to everyone in the Greater Boston area regardless of ability to pay.
  69. article Second Chances   80
    Provides clothing to homeless and very low-income people in Cambridge and Somerville by working with local homelessness and social service agencies where they receive shelter and services.
  70. Support, education and research for people with scleroderma and their families and friends.
  71. Fosters excitement, confidence and literacy in STEM for girls from underrepresented communities by providing free, experiential programs and by maximizing meaningful interactions with women mentors in science, technology, engineering & mathematics.
  72. Provides grants to grassroots campaigns that can lead to systemic change in the disparities poor children and children of color face in our nation’s schools.
  73. article Save the Harbor   80
    To restore and protect Boston Harbor, Massachusetts Bay, and the marine environment and share them with the public for everyone to enjoy.
  74. Reduce the incidence of suicide by alleviating despair, isolation, distress and suicidal feelings among individuals in our community, 24 hours a day.
  75. Interfaith organization that promotes hope and justice for victims and survivors of domestic violence and elder abuse.
  76. Explores the meanings of freedom and independence before, during and since the American Revolution, in the context of a household of wealthy Loyalists and enslaved Africans.
  77. Employs an innovative, intensive mentoring model to address the complex needs of boys and trans-identified youth victimized through commercial sexual exploitation.
  78. Provides integrated behavioral health, education, and supportive housing.
  79. Maintains, programs, and improves The Greenway on behalf of the public and in partnership with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  80. Community based initiatives, residential treatment and juvenile justice programs for at-risk youth and families.
  81. Provides life-saving shelter, a crisis hotline, support services, training and education to to all survivors of domestic abuse.
  82. article The Rennie Center   80
    To improve public education through well-informed decision-making based on deep knowledge and evidence of effective policymaking and practice.
  83. article RTBOSTON.ORG   80
    Renovates houses of people unable to pay for essential home repairs and much-needed updates.
  84. Empowera the under-served girls with no parents in Haute Feuille, Haiti and its neighboring towns through education and enhances their lives by providing food and shelter.
  85. article racecancer.org   80
    Fights cancer through events to raise funds and awareness for organizations dedicated to preventing and curing cancer.
  86. Through public and private partnerships we endeavor to assist families and individuals in our communities to improve the quality of their lives by minimizing the effects of poverty, promoting self-sufficiency and advocating for social change.
  87. Provides culturally competent adult education programs, youth development, cultural events, information and referrals to foster and improve the social, cultural, economic and civic lives of Asian Americans and their families in Quincy and its neighboring communities.
  88. article Providers' Council   80
    Offers high quality public policy research, advocacy, communication and information, education and training, research and cost saving programs to community-based, care-giving organizations that provide human services, health, education and vocational supports.
  89. article Project Citizenship   80
    Provides free, high quality services to legal permanent residents to help them become U.S citizens.
  90. Provides low cost training to help you succeed in today’s workplace.
  91. Uses the power of media arts to provide meaningful employment and education for youth living in low-income neighborhoods.
  92. article PowerOptions   80
    Helps nonprofits consolidate their energy-buying influence to gain predictability, dependability and cost savings.
  93. article Power Launch   80
    Accelerates social change by investing in compelling ideas, exceptional leaders, and high-potential organizations.
  94. article Pine Street Inn   80
    Provides permanent supportive housing, job training and placement, emergency shelter and street outreach to homeless men and women.
  95. Promotes informed and responsible volunteerism by involving people in meaningful, one-time, hands-on work that meets the needs of local charities and by assisting companies and charities in building successful community involvement programs.
  96. article Passim   80
    To provide truly exceptional and interactive live musical experiences for both performers and audiences, to nurture artists at all stages of their career, and to build a vibrant music community.
  97. article pasand   80
    Develop and facilitate transformative personal health and wellness education for adolescents in South India and beyond.
  98. Empowers youth with disabilities to reach their full potential by providing transformative mentoring programs, youth development opportunities, and inclusion expertise.
  99. article Partners for Change   80
    Promote self- independence to the less fortunate by providing accessible healthcare services, affordable education, promote and fostering youth leadership and economic sustainability.
  100. article The Parenting Journey   80
    Create changes that benefit all members, both individually and as a family, through recognizing and harnessing families’ strengths.
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